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Description: Pipplepen Farmhouse and Outbuilding Attached to South
Date Listed: 18 December 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 262426
OS Grid Reference: ST4725207627
OS Grid Coordinates: 347252, 107627
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8657, -2.7509
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ST40NE NORTH PERROTT CP ---
6/176 Pipplepen Farmhouse and
outbuilding attached to south
Detached farmhouse. C17 origins, remodelled in C18. Ham stone coursed rubble, ashlar quoins and dressings; concrete
double Roman tiles of 1970s replacing thatch, stepped coped gables; brick chimney stacks. 'T'-plan: 2 storeys with
attics, west roadside elevation of 3 bays. Leaded casement windows with iron-framed opening lights, 3-light bay 1 and
2-light bay 2: ground floor bay 3 has a plain mullioned 2-light window in shallow architrave. Single-bay extension on
north gable, set lower, with Welsh slate roof and 3-light leaded casement. Entrance on east side: bay 1 has 3-light
windows, bay 2 a C20 lean-to porch with C20 casement over, and bay 3 is a 2-bay projecting wing to match, with attic
window and boarded door in east gable. Attached to south gable a 2- storey cart shed with cider cellar, east side 4
bays with boarded doors to outer bays and open segmental arches to inner bays: 3-light first floor leaded casement set
centrally on east side, with 2 more on west side. Interior not seen, but reported are several deep-chamfered beams,
some unstopped, with more massive beams in east projecting wing: much C19 alteration of plan, and several possible
interpretations of development (VAG Report, unpublished SRO, 1978).
Listing NGR: ST4725207627
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Source: English Heritage
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